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September 24, 2014, 04:16:34 PM
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any images of the Titan in hand ??

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September 24, 2014, 05:12:28 PM
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I have one Titan-cube connected

How many PCIe power connectors are provided on each cube?

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September 24, 2014, 05:25:21 PM
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I have one Titan-cube connected

How many PCIe power connectors are provided on each cube?

They were designed with one connector.
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September 24, 2014, 07:18:41 PM
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By the way, I have now 2 boxes connected  but they aren't very stable at all,  hashing between 70 to 152 Mhs, constantly stopping and restarting cores...
Do I get a device which is already broken before it leaves the factory?

I never thought I would post that in this thread, but


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September 24, 2014, 07:32:22 PM
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OK, it's running now much better. I do about 160 Mhs with 2 cubes.  I will run it this night, and connect the other 2 cubes tomorrow.

My earlier unstable results where caused by a multi-coin switching pool (that will not work nicely with a relative huge Worker). I'm now running on a Litecoin only pool and it's much, much smoother now.




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September 24, 2014, 08:02:30 PM
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OK, it's running now much better. I do about 160 Mhs with 2 cubes.  I will run it this night, and connect the other 2 cubes tomorrow.

My earlier unstable results where caused by a multi-coin switching pool (that will not work nicely with a relative huge Worker). I'm now running on a Litecoin only pool and it's much, much smoother now.

Good news - keep us updated. Mine is here tomorrow. What PSU do you use?

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September 24, 2014, 08:16:58 PM
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I ordered a Titan on day one...about 8 hours after the press release dropped.  Order number 1990X (X to provide anonymity).  For those who have received their titan orders....what was your order number?

It seems as if KnC built the miners sold to customers promised Q2/Q3 (which actually means Q3) delivery, then delivered within the last few days of Q3 to meet their previous pre-sales promise, but they are dragging their feet!!!  They must be mining Scrypt, something fierce.  Seriously, when is my Titan going to be shipped?


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September 24, 2014, 08:36:35 PM
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I ordered a Titan on day one...about 8 hours after the press release dropped.  Order number 1990X (X to provide anonymity).  For those who have received their titan orders....what was your order number?

It seems as if KnC built the miners sold to customers promised Q2/Q3 (which actually means Q3) delivery, then delivered within the last few days of Q3 to meet their previous pre-sales promise, but they are dragging their feet!!!  They must be mining Scrypt, something fierce.  Seriously, when is my Titan going to be shipped?




They are in the 196xx range at the moment.

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September 24, 2014, 09:07:33 PM
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I can confirm low hashrate and abrupt hashrate drops and total stops with titan. Reject rate 32,5% with Wafflepool. Using two 750 W Corsair PSUs.
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September 24, 2014, 09:31:01 PM
Last edit: September 24, 2014, 09:46:40 PM by The Avenger
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I can confirm low hashrate and abrupt hashrate drops and total stops with titan. Reject rate 32,5% with Wafflepool. Using two 750 W Corsair PSUs.



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September 24, 2014, 10:08:06 PM
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The least they could have done was given another cube to compensate for the constant reboots and low hashrate.

really, awful of them

Exactly especially since the box had space for the extra cube and the controller supports it.
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September 24, 2014, 10:08:56 PM
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I can confirm low hashrate and abrupt hashrate drops and total stops with titan. Reject rate 32,5% with Wafflepool. Using two 750 W Corsair PSUs.
http://s28.postimg.org/4upe5stj1/knctitan1.png

As it was with the Jupiter, let the heat build up in the case.  They should be stable up through 50C.  

Wafflepool creates bad vardiff issues with hardcore scrypt miners.  Try to eliminate any rejects, start solo-mining to a local wallet...then post results.   Vardiff doesn't matter if the solo-miner client is on a Gigabit LAN, or even a 100MB LAN.   Start solo, then go pool.  Perhaps mine an alt with low diff if you want to get paid out for test time....something like potcoin or feathercoin has good market volume.  Doge and ltc are too difficult to test-solo-mine.

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Lol  @ Wafflecoin

http://wafflepool.com/faq

They top out at 128MH for VARDIFF...they even make you set it at login for the worker.  Think you might need to move pools bro.
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September 24, 2014, 10:09:09 PM
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Now that some of us have learnt a very expensive lesson. How do the Titan owners plan to come close to at least breaking even. Please share your strategies ?
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September 24, 2014, 10:17:04 PM
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Now that some of us have learnt a very expensive lesson. How do the Titan owners plan to come close to at least breaking even. Please share your strategies ?
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September 24, 2014, 10:23:47 PM
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Now that some of us have learnt a very expensive lesson. How do the Titan owners plan to come close to at least breaking even. Please share your strategies ?

There is no 'positive' strategy, KNC are in their dying days of supplying home miners ... once they get the 'pain in the ass' customer out of the way ... they will rely on their deathstar (datorhall) and 'informed' investors for their meals, BTC and the odd 'PERK' ...  Grin

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September 24, 2014, 10:56:11 PM
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fire hazard you say ?  http://www.econsumer.gov/english/
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September 24, 2014, 11:04:00 PM
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Does the person who makes the cables at shakmods.com on Bitcointalk? if so what's his name?

 
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September 24, 2014, 11:50:00 PM
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Now that some of us have learnt a very expensive lesson. How do the Titan owners plan to come close to at least breaking even. Please share your strategies ?

There is no 'positive' strategy, KNC are in their dying days of supplying home miners ... once they get the 'pain in the ass' customer out of the way ... they will rely on their deathstar (datorhall) and 'informed' investors for their meals, BTC and the odd 'PERK' ...  Grin


Haha @ deathstar. Hopefully karma catches up with KNC and let it implode on them

the only way to get ROI on titan
is hoping some new scrypt coins come out
and you get to mine while difficulty is low
and wait for pump
i bought some zeusminers from zeusfiesta in JULY
within 2 days of buying them the f***ers dropped the price in half
i was like what am i gonna do now
i would have never ever ever in my life ROI'd on clever mining
i was lucky to get SDC LTCD and XCASH in a row
now 60 days down the i've ROI'd and can use my machines for pure profit
all 360 Megahash
which will be nothing in a few weeks once the titans roll out in force
but thats another story

That is true. Guess  all the Titan owners will now become scrypt chasers. Gotta catch them all
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September 24, 2014, 11:52:08 PM
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Damn, I'm sorry to see you guys got KnC'ed again. Sad, but the last 1000 pages are hope, hope, hope, aw shit I just got KnC'ed again. Maybe OldBones has some colleagues that could take your cases?
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September 25, 2014, 12:29:04 AM
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Damn, I'm sorry to see you guys got KnC'ed again. Sad, but the last 1000 pages are hope, hope, hope, aw shit I just got KnC'ed again. Maybe OldBones has some colleagues that could take your cases?

Yeah.  Ditto on that for me.  I hope the deathstar implodes during one of the investor show & tell tours.

I got my Neptune, (Sept. 2nd, 2014) 5 months after I ordered & needed it.  Now it's too expensive to run bitcoin is nowhere near what it was back 3-4 months ago, so its' still in the original box it came in.  All because KNC idi everything to not give me my refund short of taking out a hit man on me, then they blatantly refused to give me my refund 4 months ago when I requested it's whereabouts. 
No law firm would take my case because unfortunately for me my case is less than their minimum $100,000 minimum to qualify for them to make it worth their while here in the U.S. & I sure as hell couldn't find anyone in EU to help either.  So I have a $10.2k pile of crap taking up space in my living room. 
However, My 6 S3's are nicely hummin away. But they, too , are turning to little a profit as well.  So I too, will be shutting these down very soon as well.
This was the route, with Bitmain equip., I had to take after not receiving my "Available be end of 2nd Quarter" Neptune  miner.

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Avalon 200Gh/s 55nm | Raspberry Pi model B | Minepeon 0.2.4.3 (...was 0.2.5-pr2) | BFGMiner 3.10.0 | 28x Manhattan USB 2.0/3.0 powered Hub | 5x ASIC Block Erupter @333 MH/s | 3x BFL Jalapeño's Total ~232.7 GH/s
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